Prodigy Guidance - Acne Vulgaris
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"Prodigy Guidance - Acne Vulgaris"


Written by: Prodigy


Coverage: Treatment


Summary: A summary of the increasing problem of antibiotic resistance of the bacteria that causes acne. This information is part of a comprehensive guideline for GPs on treatment and management of acne.


Published by: Department of Health


Level of Evidence: Systematic Review


Date of Publication: 02/11/2003
Date of Posting: 17/11/2003
Date of next Review: 17/01/2007


Available at: http://www.prodigy.nhs.uk/guidance.asp?gt=Acne%20vulgaris#170913


Source: Prodigy


Format: HTML


Publication Type: Guideline


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MeSH keywords: Acne Vulgaris; Drug Resistance; Microbial; Propionibacterium acnes; Acneiform Eruptions



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